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Proto-Germanic: *lauba-s, -n, *laubiō, *lubja-n, *lubjō, *lufta-n, *lūbila-z, *lūbō
Meaning: leaf
IE etymology: IE etymology
Gothic: lauf-s (-b-) m. (a) `leaf', lauf (-b-) n. (a) `foliage'
Old Norse: lauf n. `Blatt'; lüf f., n. `Heilmittel, Zaubermittel'; lūfa f. `dichtes, strupiges Haar'; lüfja wk. `heilen durch Zauberkunst'; lopt, loft n. `Obergemach im Haus; Luft, Himmel'
Norwegian: lauv; luva `zottige Mütze'; dial. lūv `Stirnlocke, Schopf', lüv `Heilmittel'; lüvja `heilen'; loft `Dachstube'
Old Swedish: luva `zottige Mütze'; Run. pl. gen. lufia `Heilmittel'
Swedish: löv; luf `Schopf, Haarbüschel'; l↑vja `hexen'; dial. levjer `Heilmittel', lövja, levja, lüva `heilen'; loft `Dachstube'
Danish: löv; lue `zottige Mütze'; loft `Dachstube'
Old English: lēaf, -es n. `leaf of a tree, leaf of a book, shoot', lybb, -es n. `medicine, frug, simple, poison'; { lybban `heilen' }
English: leaf
Old Frisian: lāf n. `loof'
East Frisian: WFris leaf `blad, dun metalen platje'
Old Saxon: lōf n. `loof'; lōvia; lubbian `heilen'
Middle Dutch: loof n. `blad, gebladerte'; loive, loiffe, loifie, loeyve `afdak', Kil. luyffe, lueve, loove
Dutch: loof n.; luifel f., dial. luif; lōve, lōfe `luifel, loods, galerij, binnenplaats, grafelijk kasteel in Brugge'
Middle Low German: lōve, lȫfe `schuur'; lübben `heilen, vergiften'; lucht `Bodenraum, oberes Stockwerk'
Low German: löve, löving `schuur'
Old High German: loub n., m. `Laub, Blatt' (8.Jh.); luppi `stark wirkender Pflanzensaft, Gift, Zauberei'; har-luf `Flachswickel'; louft, loft `Baumrinde, Bast, äussere Nussschale'; louba f. `Schutzdach, Hütte, Vorbau' (9.Jh.);
Middle High German: loup (-b-; pl. loup, löuber) st. n. 'laub, blatt'; lüppen, luppen wk. 'mit gift bestreichen, vergiften; heilen, vertreiben'; lüppe, luppe st. n., f. 'salbe, zusammenziehender pflanzensaft, arznei; vergiftung, zauber, zauberei'; loube wk./st. f. `Schutzdach, Hütte, Vorbau; bedeckte Halle, Speicher, Galerie'
German: Laub n.; Laube f. (беседка); hessen. leibǝ `schuur'
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